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Elsipogtog Mi'gmaq Cultural Centre Trail


Elsipogtog Cultural Centre Trail Gallery


Store Acadian South

Quick Facts

Difficulty accessible
Trail Type mixed
Distance 300 metres
Estimated Time 1 hour
Surface Type crushed rock
Elevation Change none
Features heritage site
Trail Markers signs
Scenery Rating recreational
Maintenance Rating well maintained
Cell Reception medium
Dog Friendly on a leash
Fees yes


The Elsipogtog Heritage Tour is a guided experience in Mi'kmaq indigenous culture. The tour starts with a presentation of cultural practices and their significance. The tour then goes on a guided walk in the woods behind the cultural centre. Along the trail you will be pass by and be told about the teepee, long house and sweatlodge, and how they were used. The tour guide will also discuss several of the trees, plants and animals, and their historic uses. This is a great way to go for a walk in the woods and learn about the cultural history of indiginous people in the province.

Note that you will need to make reservations before you arrive.

Birch Bark teepee at the Elsipogtog Cultural Centre


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From Route 11 in Richibucto, take exit 57 and turn towards Rexton. Drive for 2.2 kilometres and turn right onto Route 116 towards Elsipogtog First Nation. Drive for just over 11 kilometres and you will come to a mall on the left. Just past the mall, turn left onto Big Cove Road. In a short distance turn left into the mall parking lot. The Cultural Centre is the first building on the right.

Elsipogtog Cultural Centre Trail

Trail Last Hiked: August 26, 2023.

Page Last Updated: February 25, 2024.